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  • What's holding up a deal on Greece's bailout

    The ball is in Greece's court, its creditors say. But this isn't tennis — unless you can imagine a match between argumentative snails, coached by committee, without an umpire. After four and a half months of back and forth, Greece and its...
  • UConn Economists: 2015 Will Be Bad Year

    University of Connecticut economists, discouraged by new estimates and data revisions released earlier this month, now say that 2015 is going to be a bad year for the state's economy. In February, the Connecticut Center of Economic Analysis predicted...
  • The Greeks should vote 'no'

    The Greeks should vote 'no'
    Hellenic voters are being asked whether they accept the terms offered by the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund to extend the bailout for Athens' troubled finances or give Prime Minister Tsipras a mandate to insist on...
  • Will Greek Economic Collapse Spread?

    Greece is a mess. The banks are shut; withdrawals from ATMs are strictly limited. A referendum will determine whether Greece accepts tough conditions for receiving further financial aid. It looks (and is) grim. Global stock markets are rattled. But don'...
  • GDP growth lags in Maryland in 2014

    GDP growth lags in Maryland in 2014
    Maryland's economy grew by less than 1 percent last year — a rate that was about a third of the national average and 36th in the country, according to new gross domestic product estimates released Wednesday by Department of Commerce. Gross domestic...
  • Is China's Economic Crash Coming?

    Is China's Economic Crash Coming?
    It's time to worry about China. On any list of calamities threatening the world economy, a China crash ranks at or near the top. Just what would constitute a "crash" is murky. Already, China's sizzling rate of economic growth has declined from 10...
  • How is the world more in hock than before the Great Recession?

    How is the world more in hock than before the Great Recession?
    "It was 1943 and the Nazis were deporting Greece's Jews to death camps in Poland. Hitler's genocidal accountants forced the Jews to pay their train fare. The bill for 58,585 Jews sent to Auschwitz and other camps exceeded 2 million Reichsmark — over...
  • House congressional budget fails to address America's fiscal problems

    House congressional budget fails to address America's fiscal problems
    Here's the United States' fiscal predicament in a nutshell: Under current law, the publicly held debt of the federal government will increase by 4.5 percent of gross domestic product over the next decade, to a historically anomalous 78.7 percent of GDP....
  • U.S. rivals France for top welfare spending

    U.S. rivals France for top welfare spending
    We Americans pride ourselves on not having a "welfare state." We're not like Europeans. We're more individualistic and self-reliant, and although we may have a "social safety net" to protect people against unpredictable personal and societal tragedies, we...
  • A weak Russian economy won't stop Putin

    A weak Russian economy won't stop Putin
    Western politicians and pundits should be more careful with their predictions for the Russian economy: Reports of its demise may prove to be premature. Bashing the Russian economy has lately become a popular pastime. In his State of the Union address...
  • Data show more robust economic rebound in second quarter

    Data show more robust economic rebound in second quarter
    The economic rebound in the second quarter was stronger than previously estimated, another sign of a recovery gaining momentum after stalling early in the year. The Commerce Department said Thursday that gross domestic product, the broadest measure of...